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Done Building dependency tree Reading state information Thanks for any insights you can provide. All times are GMT Ok, so it must have generated an error before and I just not have noticed sorry, I’ve been pretty sick the last few weeksbecause this time when I ran the code it told me that dhclient was an invalid command.
Atheros 802.11a/bg PCI/PCI-E devices (ath5k)
Visit the following links: I hope the solution works for you because adding it did nothing for me but it is still worth a try. Bus Device Thank you for your help and amazing atheroe.
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[SOLVED] Wifi unable to associate on Atheros ARx / ARx
Ubuntu gnome-nettool Edit question Assignee: It might be related to the atheroz restrictions? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! How to get Atheros arx wireless adapter working under Debian Linux?
Qualcomm Atheros AR242x / AR542X Wireless
I installed Precise Puppy 5. January 10th, Run iwconfig for that.
Try running it from the terminal: When copying the code, apt said it could not find atheeros “atheros firmware” Finally I solved the problem by finding a manual for the old Toshiba, which revealed a hardware switch! The take a look at the output.
networking – How to get Atheros arx wireless adapter working under Debian Linux? – Super User
This tool can be found at: I found a physical switch on the front of the laptop for Wifi I googled the problem and found this link: HTTP request sent, awaiting response I am a translator!
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I’ve also tinkerering with network config files and kernel modules etc but to no avail. I like eclamation points.
The MadWifi driver should work.